Still, his brace at Wembley Stadium means, for the first time since Andrew Cole and Alan Shearer managed the feat in the 1993-94 campaign, two players have reached the 30-goal mark in the same Premier League season.
It puts Lallana in contention for the Champions League final on May 26 and Gareth Southgate's England squad for the World Cup.
Led by Mohamed Salah's record-breaking 32nd Premier League goal of the season, Liverpool's victory at Anfield on Sunday secured fourth place, five points clear of Chelsea, who failed to apply any pressure in losing 3-0 at Newcastle.
"What the boys did this season was unbelievable", Klopp told Sky Sports while taking in a lap of honour after the game.
The Reds qualified for the Champions League for the second season in a row after seeing out the Premier League season with a 4-0 thrashing of Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield.
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He was responsible for one of the goals that resulted in his side avoiding defeat at Camp Nou on May 6. Ronaldo posted a picture on Twitter of himself in training, along with the caption: " Back on track ".
"We had a lot of injury problems and the group of players which was involved today have to do the job all the time".
It would take a big Swansea victory against already-relegated Stoke and a heavy defeat for Southampton at home to Manchester City for Carvalhal's men to make an improbable escape. "I think especially the last few weeks were really hard". So today we can show that we matured during the season. We need more consistency to challenge and a little bit more luck with injuries.
Kop icon Kenny Dalglish presented him with that plus his PFA Player of the Year and Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year gongs.
"For anyone the most important thing is to play good, to perform good, to score goals for your team". But as I said before hand, it was always on my mind, but it is more important to help the team win games.
However, despite both setting the all-time scoring record and claiming the Premier League Golden Boot from Harry Kane while doing so, the 25-year-old will miss out on this year's European Golden Shoe award, with Lionel Messi sitting two goals ahead in the rankings.